Free College Basketball Picks For Today 11/25/2020
West Virginia vs. South Dakota St College Basketball Pick Prediction 11/25/2020
West Virginia vs. South Dakota St—College basketball pick is South Dakota St Jackrabbits +9.5. South Dakota St is an experienced team returning all five starters back from a 22 win team last year as they tied for the regular season Summit Championship. This team is so deep they are looking to red shirt a top recruit which is rare in this conference. A good sign as there is depth off the bench. They were the third best two point shooting team in all of college basketball last year and they did a good job making their threes. Very good at defending the three ball as well. West Virginia prides itself on defense. But will the Mountaineers have the conditioning to play this style this early in a COVID impacted season? Seven of the West Virginia Big 12 losses came on the road last year as they finished 9-9. West Virginia near the bottom of college basketball shooting threes and free throws last season. Offensively a high turnover team. They lost six of nine closing out the regular season. Play South Dakota St +9.5.
Oklahoma St vs. UT Arlington College Basketball Pick Prediction 11/25/2020
Oklahoma St at UT Arlington—College football free pick is UT Arlington +8.5. Oklahoma St returns only one starter from last season. This was a disappointing Cowboys team that finished a 7-11 against the Big 12. Program is banned from the 2021 NCAAA Tournament and lost two of their scholarship players to transfer. Oklahoma St a poor shooting team from last season. This is a young team. Mavericks replenished their roster with talented transfers. UT Arlington did defend well last season and they are home for this game. Mavs played Gonzaga and Houston tough last year in the non-conference. The backcourt is their strength, and this team has depth. Play UT Arlington +8.5.
Montana St vs. UNLV College Basketball Pick Prediction 11/25/2020
Montana St at UNLV—Free pick is Montana St Bobcats +11.5. Former Montana St player Danny Sprinkle took over the program last year. He coached the program to a record over .500 for the first time in ten seasons. Sprinkle has been a D1 assistant for close to 20 seasons prior to arriving at the school. They have experience guard play and will look to pick up the tempo as scorers were recruited into the program by way of transfers. UNLV is an inexperienced team with only three players returning who saw significant minutes last season. Only one senior is on the Running Rebels roster. With young teams it may take time for this unit to get chemistry and jell. Tough in a COVID year to enter the season with this inexperience on the court together. Play Montana St +11.5.